Mirador Del Cerro
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... fall asleep on my recliner at approx 10pm and wake up when we arrive in BA at 9am...buenos noches. Fri 26th sep Arrived in Buenos Aires at 10.30am. It is sunny here but noticeably cooler. We got a 10min train (30p each!) from the coach station to the area of Palermo then walked around searching for a hostel. Same problem here as in São Paulo in that it is the weekend and most hostels are fully booked. Our luck was really out when the biggest hostel (which we were sure would ...
... cream by the fountain in the sun. Hereby I thank my friend Floor from home for all the tips, showing me her city from afar. It truly is a beautiful city but it was time to leave again to make my way up north to explore more of South America. After another 18 hours in a bus, yes this country is huge, I got out in Salta. Warmth greeted me and the colors of Mendoza of greens and browns now changed into a more redish colour scheme. Besides that the people chmaged as well. ...
... of wines. I am afraid that my limited knowledge on the subject means that I wouldn’t be able to recount the various grapes, blends and production methods used to create such lovely wines, but what an enjoyable experience.
After a power nap, I was soon out on the town with Ash, where we found an Irish bar. Fortunately for us, we met some American wine importers their on a business trip who were keen for us to share our opinion on a few of the wines they ...
... Humitas will be a favourite, think yum cha sticky rice, but it's corn and other veges steamed in a corn cob leaf. Plus lots of goat, stews and interesting deserts. My obsession with flan continues.... It's like an egg pudding with dulce de leche. Salta is a bit of a back packer hub, so in my old age I had to try to get to sleep whilst the rest of the hostel was partying away. But it is a lovely town, nice and safe and some good museums. ...
... we've got
just about 5 weeks left of our trip, and ultimately need to be in Lima.
With a couple hundred Argentine pesos left, we needed to stock up on a
few things...Mate. 2 and a half kilos to be exact, and I needed to buy a
gourd for myself, as I had gotten Danica one for Christmas, in El
Bolson. I made a quick run to the grocery store, stocked up on the mate
and some cheap snacks for ...